The Indian Nations Council of Governments (INCOG) is a voluntary association of local and tribal governments in the Tulsa metropolitan area in northeast Oklahoma. Established in 1967, INCOG is one of 11 Councils of Governments in the State of Oklahoma, and one of several hundred regional planning organizations across the country.  INCOG provides planning and coordination services to assist in creating solutions to local and regional challenges in such areas as land use, transportation, community and economic development, environmental quality, public safety, and services for older adults.

INCOG serves Creek, Osage, Rogers, Tulsa, and Wagoner counties,more than 50 cities and towns located in those counties, and the Cherokee, Muscogee (Creek), and Osage Nations.

 


Celebrating 50 Years of Service
to the Tulsa Region


In 1967, the number one song according to Billboard charts was “To Sir with Love” by Lulu. “A Man for All Seasons” won the best motion picture award at the Oscars, and a gallon of gasoline was only 27 cents. That was also the year that INCOG was created by forward-thinking local officials to provide a forum for addressing regional challenges.

This year INCOG celebrates this major milestone - our 50th anniversary - with many events to commemorate the occasion. INCOG Board Chairman, John Smaligo has appointed a committee of regional leaders to plan and implement these activities. Serving as the honorary Chairs of the 50th Anniversary celebration are former City of Tulsa Mayor Robert LaFortune who was instrumental in formation of INCOG and served as one of the first INCOG Board Chairmen and former Tulsa County Commissioner John Selph who served as INCOG Board Chairman from 1997-2012.

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